Healthcare could sway Nevadans
New York Times, January 18, 2008
With the Nevada caucuses coming, little seems to concern people there as much as healthcare. The state has an unusually high number of people with no insurance, doctors are scarce, and Medicaid reimbursements to providers are low. Nevada's caucuses could turn on how well the candidates address the United States' growing healthcare crisis.
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